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Chalus, E (2005) Elite women in English political life, c.1754-1790. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 9780199280100

Chalus, E and Barker, H (2005) Women's history: Britain, 1700-1850 - an introduction. Routledge. ISBN 9780415291767

Chalus, E (1997) Gender in eighteenth-century England: roles, representations and responsibilities. Addison Wesley Longman, London. ISBN 9780582278264

Book Chapter or Section

Chalus, E (2014) 'The Burcott bear: gender, power and belonging in the Wells election of 1765.' In: Cowman, K, Koefoed, N and Sjogren, A, eds. Gender in urban Europe: sites of political activity and citizenship, 1750-1900. Routledge research in gender and history . Routledge, New York, pp. 77-92. ISBN 9780415868892 Please click the title to check availability.

Chalus, E (2012) 'Fanning the flames: women, fashion and politics.' In: Potter, T, ed. Women, popular culture and the eighteenth century. University of Toronto Press, Toronto. ISBN 9781442641815

Chalus, E (2009) '"Ladies are often very good scaffolding" : women and politics in the age of Anne.' In: Jones, C, ed. British politics in the age of Holmes : Geoffrey Holmes' s 'British Politics in the Age of Anne': 40 years on. Wiley-Blackwell for the Parliamentary History Yearbook Trust, Chichester. ISBN 9781405193344

Chalus, E (2005) 'Kisses for votes: the kiss and corruption in eighteenth-century English elections.' In: Harvey, K, ed. The kiss in history. Manchester University Press, pp. 122-147. ISBN 071906595X

Chalus, E (2004) 'Fremantle [née Wynne], Elizabeth [Betsey], Lady Fremantle (1778–1857)...[et al].' In: Oxford dictionary of national biography [online ed]. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Chalus, E (2003) 'The Rag plot : the politics of influence in Oxford, 1754.' In: Sweet, R and Lane, P, eds. Women and urban life in eighteenth-century England : on the town. Ashgate, Aldershot. ISBN 0754607305

Chalus, E (2001) '"To serve my friends": women and political patronage in eighteenth-century England.' In: Vickery, A, ed. Women, privilege, and power : British politics, 1750 to the present. Stanford University Press, California. ISBN 9780804742849

Chalus, E (2000) 'Women, electoral privilege, and practice in the eighteenth century.' In: Gleadle, K and Richardson, S, eds. Women in British politics, 1760-1860 : the power of the petticoat. PalgraveMacmillan, Basingstoke. ISBN 0333771419

Chalus, E (1998) '"'My Minerva' at my elbow" - the political roles of women in 18th-century England.' In: Taylor, S, Connors, R and Jones, C, eds. Hanoverian Britain and empire : essays in memory of Philip Lawson. Boydell Press, Suffolk. ISBN 0851157203

Chalus, E (1997) ''That epidemical madness' : women and electoral politics in the late eighteenth century.' In: Chalus, E and Barker, H, eds. Gender in eighteenth-century England : roles, representations, and responsibilities. Addison Wesley Longman, London. ISBN 9780582278264

Article

Chalus, E (2014) 'Cette fusion annuelle: cosmopolitanism and identity in Nice, c1815-1860.' Urban History, 41 (04). pp. 606-626. ISSN 1469-8706

Chalus, E (2013) '“My Lord Sue”: Lady Susan Keck and the Great Oxfordshire Election of 1754.' Parliamentary History, 32 (3). pp. 443-459. ISSN 0264-2824

Chalus, E (2001) 'How Lady Susan wooed the voters.' BBC History Magazine, 2 (6). pp. 44-46. ISSN 1469-8552

Chalus, E (2000) 'Elite women, social politics and the political world of late eighteenth-century England.' Historical Journal, 43 (3). pp. 669-697. ISSN 0018-246X

Conference or Workshop Item

Chalus, E (2015) Social credit: Englishwomen in expatriate Florence post-1815. In: ISECS 2015 – 14th International Congress for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 27-31 July 2015, Erasmus University, Rotterdam.

Chalus, E (2015) 'We were very sociable together’: sociability and meaning in the life of Elizabeth Wynne Fremantle (1778-1857). In: Life-Cycles seminar series, 17 March 2015, Institute of Historical Research (IHR), London.

Chalus, E (2015) 'A most sociable & cheerful eveng': considering sociability across a female life — Elizabeth (née Wynne), Lady Fremantle (1778–1857). In: Towards a British Model of Sociability: Adaptation and Opposition [Vers un Modèle de Sociabilité Britannique: Dynamiques et Conflits], 13 March 2015, Université Paris 13, France.

Chalus, E (2015) Intimacy, love & loneliness: coping with separation during the Napoleonic Wars (the Fremantle Papers, c.1801–14). In: Turku Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (TUCEMEMS) Seminar, 25 February 2015, University of Turku, Finland.

Chalus, E (2014) Elections and entertainments in an eighteenth-century England: no place for a lady? In: Portrait of a Lady? Ruin and Reputation in the Georgian Era, 14 November 2014, BRLSI, Bath, UK.

Chalus, E (2014) Intimacy, love & loneliness: coping with separation during the Napoleonic Wars (the Fremantle Papers, c.1801–14). In: The Long Eighteenth Century Seminar, 21 May 2014, Institute of Historical Research, London.

Chalus, E (2014) "Our House is like a Coffee room": the Fremantles in Italy, 1815–19. In: 10th Economic and Social Science History Conference, 23 - 26 April 2014, International Institute for Social History, Vienna, Austria.

Chalus, E (2014) "My dearest Tussy': family, navy and nation in the Fremantle Papers, 1801-1814". In: BSU Professorial Lecture Series, 5 March 2014, Holburne Museum, Bath, UK.

Chalus, E (2014) Anna Miller, Catherine Macaulay & Agnes Witts: Bath hostesses, diarists and travellers. In: Joseph Wright of Derby: Bath and Beyond Study Day, 24 February 2014, Holburne Museum, Bath.

Chalus, E (2014) Fanning the flames: fashion and politics in Eighteenth-Century England. In: Approaching Eighteenth-Century Culture: Methodologies in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 21 March 2014, University of Aarhus, Denmark.

Chalus, E (2014) Fanning the flames: fashion and politics in Eighteenth-Century England. In: Fans, Flags and Songs Seminar, 24 September 2014, University of Aarhus, Denmark.

Chalus, E (2014) Fanning the flames: fashion and politics in Eighteenth-Century England. In: Red Brick Building event, 26 November 2014, Glastonbury.

Chalus, E (2014) Using female life-writing to write history. In: LIfe Writing Study Day, 31 May 2014, Bath Spa University, UK.

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